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A New Space for more Discovery

Space Foundation is thrilled to announce our newly reopened Discovery Center! Our remodel and expansion projects are complete, and we are excited to welcome you to experience 3,000 square feet of renovated floor space with 8 exhibits and 4 interactive labs, which you can learn more about below!

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Have you ever flown a drone or coded a robot? Are you interested in space or technology? Do you like to design and build things? As a Discovery Center volunteer, you can be involved in all of these things and more!

Space Foundation is dedicated to advancing STEM education and creating a space that fosters innovation. As we begin our second decade of service, the Discovery Center will continue to serve as a hub for students, educators and the broader community to explore and celebrate the wonders of space and science.

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Our team members are thrilled to welcome back visitors and Passport Members to the Discovery Center and are excited to introduce our new experiences, like the new Drone Zone and Boeing Additive Manufacturing Space Laboratory, along with exciting new ways to involve our community with volunteer opportunities, events, and programming like our Summer of Discovery.


New Exhibits

In 1969 Neil Armstrong took "one small step for man" during the Apollo 11 mission. More than fifty years later, humanity is headed back to the Moon. NASA's Artemis Program will land...

Science and Engineering is an exploratory, iterative process that allows us to make new discoveries while learning from our mistakes. Thousands of people contribute to...

People have imagined going to the Moon for thousands of years. It was not until 1687 that Isaac Newton discovered the laws of motion and gravity that we began to...

Our five senses are how we experience the world around us. All our senses are affected by microgravity in different ways. Imagine living in a house the size...

Almost everyone around the world uses man-made satellites daily. Since the launch of Sputnik in 1957, humans have sent thousands of satellites into space, all with different purposes.

From hot deserts, to freezing glaciers, to deep oceans, and distant planets, scientists must overcome many challenges to explore these extreme environments.

Light is not the only way humans interact with our surroundings — it is also our window back in time. Light is the fastest thing in the universe, traveling at 186,000 miles...

When Alan Shepard became the first American in space in 1961, NASA had not considered how their new astronauts were supposed to relieve themselves.


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To learn how you can support STEM education and the Discovery Center, please email [email protected].

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